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December 2021, Vol. LXXXVIII, Number 10

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Letters to the Editor: December 2021

Heard It All Before... Fire with Fire... Uncommon Common Sense... Continental Divide... Yahooing Our Way to Oblivion... The Church in Thrall to the State

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The News You May Have Missed: December 2021

Inadvertent Invasion... Sorcerer’s Lament... Finding Himself... Eye for Destruction... Louse Got Your Tongue... Pig Man on Campus... Hippo Sapiens... and more

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The Gospels of Peter & Mary

THE FIGURES BEHIND THE EVANGELISTS

By Frederick W. Marks

Peter was almost certainly looking over the shoulder of Mark during the writing of the second Gospel, and Jesus’ own mother had enormous influence on Luke.

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Antidote for the New Normal

THE SLAYER OF THEOLOGICAL BEASTS

By John A. Perricone

Catholics must again lean their heads upon the wisdom of St. Thomas, as he often leaned his head on the tabernacle as he wrote.

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Reverie Under the Shroud

OVERCOMING OUR HYPER-TECHNOLOGICAL HYPNOSIS

By Christopher M. Reilly

We can resist what Pope Francis has called the “technocratic paradigm,” a technology-inspired ideology of acquisition, consumption, and control.

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The Year of Living Fearfully

By Barbara E. Rose

The mark of Christians is to stay recollected in faith, hope, and charity, and in the knowledge that there are things worse than death, such as sin.

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Can Government Solve Inequality?

By Jason M. Morgan

A just economy is not the product of any ideology, capitalist or socialist or otherwise; it is a function of loving one’s neighbor.

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Last Things: December 2021

By David Mills

For my stand-alone Evangelical colleague, the true faith was what he said it was, no more, no less — whatever the rest of the Christian world said.

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